Amal Clooney stepped out from a meeting dressed in a black and white polka dot get-up on Wednesday evening.
The media could not resist taking a few photographs of the stylish human rights lawyer. The suit consisted of a belted jacket that came down to her hips, with a small ruffle on the wrist.
The combination with a matching midi skirt gave the appearance of a dress. George Clooney's stunning wife paired the outfit with classic black stiletto heels and a matching leather handbag.
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Amal, 40, showed off her features while wearing a toned-down makeup look compromising of mild blush and a light pink lip.
Her hair was worn down with a traditional side part. The flowing locks just barely hid her sapphire and diamond earrings.
Amal, who became a mother of two by twins Alexander and Ella back in June, was unaccompanied by her A-list husband.
The style icon's superstar husband recently opened up about how the family goes about preparing meals at home.
Clooney revealed that their full-time chef since 2013, Viviana Frizzi, is the much-preferred choice when it comes to culinary matters.
The 33-year-old is skilled in sushi preparation, Lebanese, and Indian dishes. She also indulges the family in meals that even the twins love.
"Honestly, Amal and I are such poor chefs that any lesson from Vivi in the kitchen would be like teaching a whale to fly."
Perhaps "Vivi" was also involved in the couple's four-year anniversary celebrations, which happened just yesterday.
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This follows just a month after the actor admitted to a health condition he has been struggling with for years.
Last month, Clooney discussed in an interview his "chronic pain and headaches" that started after an accident in 2005.
Clooney suffered a spinal injury while filming "Syriana." In the hospital, he contemplated taking his own life due to the intense pain that resulted.
"I was lying in a hospital bed with an IV in my arm, unable to move, having these headaches where it feels like you're having a stroke."
Thankfully, he seems to be enjoying life to the fullest with his working wife and adorable kids.
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